WACE 17th World Conference Schedule of Events

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  Monday, June 13, 2011
BOARD ACTIVITIES AT DOUBLETREE HOTEL

APPLICABLE TO WACE’S INAUGURAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS ONLY
 
     
9.00am-12.30pm Board of Directors Meeting Concerto Room, DoubleTree Hotel
     
12.30pm-2.00pm Board Working Luncheon Concerto Room, DoubleTree Hotel
     
2.00pm-3.30pm Board of Directors Meeting Concerto Room, DoubleTree Hotel
     
6.00pm

Board & WCPC Reception & Dinner

Host:
President John Fry, Drexel University

AJ Drexel Gallery, Main Bldg., Drexel University
     
1.00pm-5.00pm Welcome & Information Center at the DoubleTree Hotel Lobby, DoubleTree Hotel
     
  Tuesday, June 14, 2011
PRE-CONFERENCE DAY AT DREXEL UNIVERSITY


ALL PRE-CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES ARE INCLUDED IN THE REGISTRATION FEE

Please see the Bus Schedule for transportation arrangements from the
DoubleTree Hotel to the Drexel University campus.

Full American Breakfast provided at Balcony in the DoubleTree Hotel for Hotel guests, starting at 6.30am.
 
     
8.00am-4.00pm Welcome & Information Center at the DoubleTree Hotel Lobby, DoubleTree Hotel
     
8.00am-4.00pm

Registration & Information Center at Drexel University

Set up Employer & Institution Display Tables
Set up Silent Auction
All proceeds will support WACE Research Projects.
All delegates are encouraged to bring a gift from either their Institution or country to auction.

Rec Center (33rd & Market Streets)
     
9.00am-11.00am WACE Institute Faculty Meeting (by invitation only) Pearlstein 202 (32nd & Market Streets)
     
  MORNING WORKSHOPS AND ROUNDTABLES (Click Here for Morning Session Information)  
     
9.30am-Noon 1) Roundtable Discussion on Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education Research Pearlstein 101 (32nd & Market Streets)
  Dr. Maureen Drysdale
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
Research Associate, WatCACE
University of Waterloo / St. Jerome’s University (Canada)


Mr. Bruce A. Lumsden
Associate
Waterloo Centre for the Advancement of Cooperative Education
University of Waterloo (Canada)


Dr. T. Gary Waller
Professor of Psychology (Emeritus)
Director, Center for the Advancement of Co-operative Education (WatCACE)
Co-ordinator, Academic Leadership Program University of Waterloo (Canada)
 
     
9.30am-Noon 2) International Co-op Roundtable Discussion Bossone (31st & Market Streets)
     
  Ms. Susan Braun
Manager, International Cooperative Education Programs
Drexel University (U.S.)


Ms. Amy Lee
Coordinator, International Co-operative Education Program
Simon Fraser University (Canada)
 
     
Noon Global Institutional Partners Network & Exchange Luncheon Sky View Room, MacAlister Building
6th Floor (33rd & Chestnut Streets)
     
  Hosted by:
Dr. Mark Greenberg

Provost
Drexel University (U.S.)
 
     
  (All of WACE’s Global Institutional Partners are invited)  
     
  AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS AND ROUNDTABLES (Click Here for Afternoon Session Information)  
     
1.00pm-4.30pm 1) Research Workshop Pearlstein 101
     
  “Advancing Research in Cooperative Education and Work- Integrated Learning:  A ‘How-To’ Workshop”  
     
  Dr. Maureen Drysdale
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology
Research Associate, WatCACE
University of Waterloo / St. Jerome’s University (Canada)

Dr. Kristina Johansson
Researcher and Senior Lecturer in Pedagogics
University West (Sweden)
 
     
2.00pm-4.30pm 2) Workshop Pearlstein 102
     
  “Engaging Faculty Colleagues in Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education”  
     
  Ms. Maureen Dumas
Vice President, Experiential Education & Career Services
Johnson & Wales University (U.S.)

Dr. James Griffin
Associate Provost
Johnson & Wales University (U.S.)

Dr. Richard Porter
Chair, Department of Mathematics
Northeastern University (U.S.)

Dr. James Stellar
Provost
Queens College, The City University of New York (U.S.)
 
     
2.00pm-4.30pm 3) National Co-op & WIL Associations Roundtable (by invitation only) Bossone
     
  Ms. Judie Kay
Associate Director, Learning, Work and Career Development
Victoria University (Australia)

Ms. Norah McRae
Executive Director, Co-operative Education Program and Career Services
University of Victoria (Canada)
 
     
3.00pm-5.00pm Special Presentation for Japanese Delegation Steinbright Career Development Center
Drexel University, 3201 Arch Street, Suite 250
     
6.00pm-8.00pm Opening Reception
SPONSOR: PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia
Welcome Remarks:

Dr. Paul Stonely
CEO, WACE

Dr. Maurits van Rooijen
Co-Chair, WACE
CEO & Rector Magnificus
Nyenrode Business Universiteit (The Netherlands)
Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
260 South Broad Street (on the Avenue of the Arts, across the street from the DoubleTree Hotel)
     
  Wednesday, June 15, 2011
EMPLOYER & PUBLIC AUTHORITY DAY AT DREXEL UNIVERSITY


Please see the Bus Schedule for transportation arrangements from the
DoubleTree Hotel to the Drexel University campus


Full American Breakfast provided at Balcony in the DoubleTree Hotel for Hotel guests, starting at 6.30am.
 
     
7.00am-9.00am Welcome & Information Center at the DoubleTree Hotel Lobby, DoubleTree Hotel
     
8.00am-4.00pm Registration & Information Center at Drexel University Rec Center (33rd & Market Streets)
     
8.00am-4.00pm Employer & Institution Display Tables / Poster Displays Rec Center
     
8.00am-9.15am Morning Tea during Registration Rec Center
     
9.00am-6.00pm Silent Auction (for research funding) Rec Center
     
9.15am-9.45am Delegates’ Welcome & Opening Ceremonies Rec Center
     
  Dr. Paul Stonely
CEO, WACE


President John Fry
Drexel University

Mayor Michael A. Nutter
 
     
9.45am-10.45am PLENARY SESSION I: Keynote Presentation
SPONSOR: Johnson & Johnson
“The Three R’s of Federal Workforce Development Policy:  Rigor; Relevance and Return”
Rec Center
     
  Honorable Jane Oates
Assistant Secretary for Employment and Training
United States Department of Labor

Dr. Paul E. Harrington
Professor and Director for the Center of Labor Market & Policy
Drexel University (U.S.)

Moderator:
Mr. Peter Franks

Senior Associate Vice Provost for Career Education
Steinbright Career Development Center
Drexel University (U.S.)
 
     
10.45am-11.15am Networking, Morning Tea & Poster Displays
SPONSOR: The Dow Chemical Company
(Dow is the sponsor for all morning & afternoon breaks)
Rec Center
     
11.20am-1.00pm CONCURRENT SESSION A
Refereed Papers & Paper Presentations (30 minutes, including discussion); Panels & Workshops (90 minutes, including discussion); and cademic Salons (90 minute Roundtable Discussion with 3-4 presenters)
Pearlstein (See Concurrent Session Brochure)
     
  Special Presentation for Japanese Delegation (other delegates welcome)

“Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education at IBM”


Mr. Patrick Kelly
Director of North America Recruitment
IBM (U.S.)
Rec Center
     
1.00pm-2.10pm Luncheon & Keynote Presentation
SPONSOR: Bahcesehir University

“The Impact of Cooperative Education: Student Mobility Among ASEAN Member Countries”

Prof. Dr. Wichit Srisa-an
President
The University Council
Suranaree University of Technology (Thailand)
Rec Center
     
2.20pm-4.00pm CONCURRENT SESSION B
Refereed Papers, Paper Presentations, Panels, Workshops & Academic Salons
Pearlstein (See Concurrent Session Brochure)
     
  Special Presentation in Consideration of our Corporate Delegates (other delegates welcome)

“Today’s Graduates in Tomorrow’s Workforce: A Corporate Roundtable”
Profiling the Most Competitive Candidates and the Role of Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education
Rec Center
     
  This one & a half hour roundtable discussion, featuring Analog Devices, D3 Technologies, Hilton Worldwide, Telkom South Africa and UPS; is designed for students, academic delegates and corporate executives interested in learning more about what companies look for as they recruit and select their future workforces.  
     
  Ms. Marge Dupere
Director, Talent Management
Analog Devices, Inc. (U.S.)


Mr. Richard Johnson
President
D3 Technologies (U.S.)


Ms. Lytana Kids
Human Resources Manager
Corporate HR
UPS (U.S.)


Mr. Thami Msubo
Chief of Human Resources
Telkom South Africa (South Africa)


Ms. Peggy Tayloe
Vice President of Talent Acquisition
Hilton Worldwide (U.S.)


Moderator:
Mr. Bob Nichols

Director of External Affairs & Associate to the President
Kettering University (U.S.)
 
     
4.00pm-4.30pm Networking, Ice Cream Social, Authors’ Table & Poster Displays
ICE CREAM SOCIAL SPONSOR: CIGNA
Rec Center (33rd & Market Streets)
     
4.30pm-5.30pm PLENARY SESSION II: Corporate Panel
SPONSOR: University of Massachusetts Lowell
Rec Center
     
  QUESTIONS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE  
     
  “The Talent Pipeline: Corporate Executives Discuss the Strategic Value of Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education”  
     
  Ms. Stephanie Pallante
Global University & Diversity Recruiting Leader
Merck (U.S.)


Ms. Peggy Tayloe
Vice President of Talent Acquisition
Hilton Worldwide (U.S.)

Mr. Sean R. Vander Elzen
Senior Manager - GM Talent Acquisition
General Motors Company (U.S.)

Mr. Jeff Wilcox
Vice President, Engineering
Corporate Engineering & Technology
Lockheed Martin Corporation (U.S.)


Ms. Chelle Wingeleth
Global Director of Talent
Acquisition Strategy and Programs
BlackBerry (Canada)

Moderator:
Dr. George P. Tsetsekos

Dean
LeBow College of Business
Drexel University (U.S.)

Moderator:
Ms. Sarah Antolini

Senior, BSBA (Finance, Marketing)
Pennoni Honors Student
Drexel University (U.S.)
 
     
6.00pm-7:00pm Employers’ Reception (all Corporate & Industry Delegates Welcome to Attend)
SPONSOR: CDM
Sky View Room, MacAlister Building 6th Floor (33rd & Chestnut Streets)
     
  Welcome Remarks:
Mr. William Howard

Co-Chair, WACE
Executive Vice President
CDM (U.S.)
 
     
7.00pm Dinner & Evening Events
(On your own: see enclosed list of dining & entertainment suggestions)
 
     
  Thursday, June 16, 2011
STUDENT DAY AT DREXEL UNIVERSITY


Please see the Bus Schedule for transportation arrangements from the
DoubleTree Hotel to the Drexel University campus.


Full American Breakfast provided at Balcony in the DoubleTree Hotel for Hotel guests, starting at 6.30am.
 
     
8.00am-4.00pm Registration & Information Center at Drexel University Rec Center
     
8.00am-4.00pm Employer & Institution Display Tables / Poster Displays Rec Center
     
8.45am-9.00am Morning Greetings Rec Center
     
9.00am-2.00pm Silent Auction Rec Center
     
9.00am-10.00am PLENARY SESSION III: Keynote Presentation
SPONSOR: Telkom South Africa
Rec Center
     
  “Maximizing the Benefits of Cooperative Education at Johnson & Johnson”  
     
  Mr. Dominic J. Caruso
Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer
Johnson & Johnson (U.S.)


Moderator:
Mr. William Howard

Co-Chair, WACE
Executive Vice President
CDM (U.S.)
 
     
10.00am-10.30am Networking, Morning Tea & Poster Displays Rec Center
     
10.40am-12.20pm CONCURRENT SESSION C
Refereed Papers, Paper Presentations, Panels, Workshops & Academic Salons
Pearlstein (See Concurrent Session Brochure)
     
  Special Presentation for Japanese Delegation (other delegates welcome)

“Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education at the University of Cincinnati and Bahcesehir University”

Dr. Kettil Cedercreutz
Associate Provost & Director
Division of Professional Practice
University of Cincinnati (U.S.)


Ms. Zeynep Yener
Associate Director for International CO-OP & Corporate Relations
Bahcesehir University (Turkey)
Rec Center
     
12.20pm-1.40pm Luncheon & Keynote Presentation
SPONSOR: Telkom South Africa
Rec Center
     
  “Creating a Co-op University: The Bahcesehir Story”  
     
  Mr.  Ömer Yucel
Co-op Director
Bahcesehir University (Turkey)

Translator:
Ms. Zeynep Yener

Associate Director for International CO-OP & Corporate Relations
Bahcesehir University (Turkey)
Rec Center
     
2.00pm-5.00pm Silent Auction Closes and Gifts are Available for Pick-Up  
     
1.45pm-2.45pm PLENARY SESSION IV: Student Panel
SPONSOR: WACE’s Australian Partner Institutions
(Charles Sturt University, Griffith University, the University of Newcastle & Victoria University)

QUESTIONS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE

“Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education: Reflections on Student Experiences”
Rec Center
     
1.45pm-2.45pm PLENARY SESSION IV: Student Panel Rec Center (33rd & Market Streets)
     
  Panelists:
David Bishop

Final Year Student,
BSc (Honors) in Biomedical Engineering with Diploma in Industrial Studies
University of Ulster (UK)

SPONSORS: HeartSine Technologies, MO Team Ltd., NACCO Materials Handling Ltd., RLC-Langford, Schrader Electronics Ltd., Terex
 
     
  Elise Elmer
Bachelor of Business in Tourism and Event Management
Co-op Employer: Hallmark Aviation Services/Qantas Airways
Victoria University (Australia)

Carina Gerveshi

Junior Biological Sciences Major
Drexel University (U.S.)

Margaret McBeath
Psychology Co-op Student
University of Waterloo (Canada)

Paris O’Donoghue-Dawes

Marketing and Event Management Student
Co-op Employer: Hallmark Aviation Services/Qantas Airways
Victoria University (Australia)

Manfred Pumsleitner
Co-op Employer BMW Motors in Steyr, Austria
FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Austria)

Gianmarco Spiga

Senior Engineering Science Student
Simon Fraser University (Canada)


Stephanie Toronidis
Junior International Area Studies Major, Minors in Greek Studies and French
Drexel University (U.S.)

Florian Zarfl
Co-op Employer Magna Heavy Stamping in Albersdorf, Austria
FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Austria)

Moderator:
Ms. Angela Schopfer

International Coordinator, Production Technology and Organization
FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Austria)
 
     
2.45pm-3.15pm Networking, Afternoon Tea & Poster Displays Rec Center
     
3.00pm Journal for Cooperative Education & Internships Editorial Board Meeting (by invitation only) Rec Center
     
3.20pm -5.00pm CONCURRENT SESSION D
(Refereed Papers & Paper Presentations Only)
Pearlstein (See Concurrent Session Brochure)
     
7.00pm-7.45pm World Conference Gala Reception
SPONSOR: University of Waterloo
Hyatt at the Bellevue
200 South Broad Street
(on the Avenue of the Arts, across the street from the DoubleTree Hotel)
     
7.45pm-10.00pm World Conference Gala Banquet & Awards Ceremony
SPONSOR: Lockheed Martin
Hyatt at the Bellevue
     
  Awards:
  • Dr. John A. Curry Employer Award
  • Mr. Donald MacLaren Jr. Academic Award
  • Dr. Constantine “Taki” Papadakis Leadership Award
 

 

 

 

  Friday, June 17, 2011
ACADEMIC DAY AT DREXEL UNIVERSITY


Please see the  Bus Schedule for transportation arrangements from the
DoubleTree Hotel to the Drexel University campus.


Full American Breakfast provided at Balcony in the DoubleTree Hotel for Hotel guests, starting at 6.30am.
 
     
8.00am-12noon Registration & Information Center at Drexel University Rec Center
     
8.00am-12noon Employer & Institutional Display Tables / Poster Displays Rec Center
     
9.00am-9.10am Morning Greetings Rec Center
     
9.10am-10.10am PLENARY SESSION V: Assessment
SPONSOR: Long Island University
“Assessing Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education: Models, Methods & Metrics”
Rec Center
     
  Dr. Craig Bach
Associate Vice Provost for Curriculum and Assessment
Drexel University (U.S.)


Dr. Rocco Fondacaro
Director, Student and Faculty Relations
University of Waterloo (Canada)


Prof. Dr. Ditmar Hilpert
Professor / Chairperson of Strategic Management
International Marketing
University of Reutlingen (Germany)


Moderator:
Dr. John DiNardo

Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
Drexel University (U.S.)
 
     
10.10am-10.30am Networking, Morning Tea & Poster Displays Rec Center
     
10.40am-11.45am CONCURRENT SESSION E
(Refereed Papers & Paper Presentations Only)
Pearlstein (See Concurrent Session Brochure)
     
Noon-1.00pm PLENARY SESSION VI: Academic Panel
SPONSOR: Clarkson University
Rec Center (33rd & Market Streets)
     
  QUESTIONS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE  
     
  “Historic Challenges.  Global Solutions: Academic Leaders Share Their Visions for Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education”  
     
  Dr. Richard Coll
Pro Vice-Chancellor Teaching & Learning
University of Waikato (New Zealand)


Dr. Paul Forestell

Provost
Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus (U.S.)

Prof. Prasart Suebka
Rector
Suranaree University of Technology (Thailand)

Prof. Kevin McConkey

DVC (Academic and Global Relations)
Academic and Global Relations Division
University of Newcastle (Australia)

Moderator:
Mr. Krishen Mehta

Board of Advisors, Global Financial Integrity
Former Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers

Moderator:
Ms. Nikki Msubo

Senior, Economics with Financial Applications Major
Southern Methodist University (U.S.)
 
     
1.00pm-2.00pm Luncheon & Rapporteur Session
SPONSOR: ILCC Co., Ltd.
Rec Center
     
  Rapporteurs:
Mr. Johannes Haas

Head of Study Program
Production Technology and Organization
FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Austria)


Ms. Carol-joy Patrick
Project Manager, Service Learning
Griffith University (Australia)